India Kawasaki Motors (IKM) organised a clinic at the state-of-the-art test tracks of the Institute of Driving Training and Research (ITDR), Pune, recently. IKM has been actively conducting safety riding clinics across India to promote two-wheeler safety.
The company has the skills and knowledge for such training programmes for its customers. The programme covers training on risky manoeuvres such as panic braking.
“Whatever I have, I want to share if it helps riders,” said S. Nishikawa, director, IKM. “Needless to say, it would not have been possible to organise this clinic without the support from IDTR Pune, and I want to specially mention their involvement, as a note of gratitude.”
IDTR Pune has conducted scientifically engineered training programmes to inculcate safety consciousness and safe driving habit in Pune. “I’m concerned about the rise in two-wheeler accident cases, and have to expand our activity further more especially for the younger generations” said K. Madhavraj, head of IDTR Pune.
Both parties plan further activities and lectures to enhance road safety in India.